Archived posts, October 2004
Hiding form labels in an accessible way.
Slides from Douglas Bowman's presentation at Web Essentials 2004.
A new beta of Eric Meyer's Slide Show system.
I just want to share a couple of issues I've come across with Safari and XHTML served as application/xhtml+xml. I'm slightly annoyed by th…
Slides from Dave Shea's keynote at Web Essentials 2004.
When computer market share statistics are mentioned, Apple is usually said to have something like 2-3 % of the PC market worldwide. Maybe …
A guide to setting up and using the text-only browser Lynx.
The Swedish municipality of Kungälv recently rebuilt their site with standards.
Interesting method for making design problems easier to handle.
A presentation held by Douglas Bowman at Web Essentials 04.
I'm going to write about something completely different for a change. If you're not interested in this subject, I think you should be. It'…
HTML vs XHTML and separating data from formatting explained.
WaSP member Ethan Marcotte comments on the recently redesigned ABC News website.
Different techniques combined to make CSS tabs.
This is a follow-up to my previous post about Styling form controls. For some background info and comments, you may want to read that post…
A reminder of what came first.
Basic CSS rules to start a new style sheet with.
Version 1.0 of Eric Meyer's slide show system S5 is ready to go.
WaSP follow-up to the recent validation debate.
I came across an interesting discussion on title separators the other day: What's your favourite blip? at The Man in Blue. It made me star…
A follow-up to a previous post on resetting all CSS margins and paddings.
In the recent Web Standards Project Buzz post ASP.Net & Standards Part II, Chris Kaminski writes a whole lot about ASP.Net, web standa…
A review of Dan Cederholm's excellent book on practical web standards.
On November 15, I'll be in Stockholm for BloggForum Stockholm 2004.
Avoid using tables for layout, but make sure to use them, and use them properly, for tabular data. This article explains how to make HTML data tables accessible.
How to use CSS to allow scrolling within an HTML table.
A discussion on the pros, cons, and potential risks of using sIFR.
A quick and dirty introduction to accessibility.